Socialpost

Complete News World

Heh heh: "Beavis and Butthead" with new episodes from August 4th

Heh heh: “Beavis and Butthead” with new episodes from August 4th

The return of the ’90s icons series begins on Paramount + Streaming Channel

From Michael Huber

Anyone who lived through the ’90s will have a lot of associations with angry noises and bored idiots: “Beavis and Butt-Head” was an absolute pop culture phenomenon in that decade.

The return of the series, which ran with great success on MTV from 1993 to 1996, was announced several times, starting August 4, it’s time: new episodes will begin on US streaming service Paramount+ (available in Austria from December). Show Metalheads in new adventures. Back in June, the tape released “Beavis and Butt-Head-Do-Universe,” which follows the two companions on an unexpected space adventure – and portrays them not only as cynical teens but also as adults.

New episodes will now follow this duplication as well, explained the duo’s creator, Mike Judge, in one episode New York Times interview. However, Beavis and Butthead were already old when they were created, which is what makes them “survivable,” the animator, now 59, suspects. “When the show started, MTV was all about young and hip. I was 30 at the time, and I was living in the suburbs with kids, and I wasn’t stylish at all, and I was like, ‘I’m definitely not going to make these characters cool.’ Some people were Like, “Their shirts say AC/DC and Metallica, shouldn’t it be Nirvana or Pearl Jam? But I didn’t want to compete. “

Now, Judge has the advantage of capitalizing on both the retro cult following and the longevity of the aforementioned teams and men among younger audiences. The fact that the somewhat outdated “slacker” and metal-obsessed type is somewhat outdated – perhaps as a counterbalance to the highly refined types of influencers – can be seen again in demand several times at the moment. Metalhead Eddie Monson, performed by Joseph Quinn, also turned out to be a fan favorite in the final season of “Stranger Things.”

See also  After participating in "Die Alm", Mirja du Mont explains about alcoholic drinks and the outside building

Informed anytime and anywhere

Secure unrestricted access to all digital content from KURIER: plus content, electronic papers, online magazines and more. Test your KURIER digital subscription now.